ConsMin to close mines, cut 180 jobs

MINER Consolidated Minerals has been hit by plunging commodity prices, advising staff that it plans to close two of its Western Australian mines and cut employment of staff and contractors by 180 positions.It plans to put its Kambalda nickel operations on care and maintenance from mid-December

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